JUST 20 days after passing his driving test, a teenager on his way home from school pulled out into the path of a speeding lorry, an inquest heard on Thursday. Kimbolton School student Michael Nutkins died at the scene of the collision last September 20, after he drove out of a Godmanchester junction in third gear to turn onto the A1198. The driver of a Daf Tipper lorry attempted to take evasive action but struck the offside of the 17-year-old's Vauxhall Corsa, pushing it sideways across the southbound lane before coming to rest on the grass verge. Coroner David Morris heard that Mr Barrington had just dropped off a friend in Godmanchester and was heading home to Cross Farm Close in Hilton when the tragedy occurred around 4.50pm. Witness Stuart Webb, who was driving northbound towards Huntingdon behind the tipper lorry, told the inquest that he had seen one vehicle pull out clearly from the London Road junction, and then saw the Corsa stop there.